Posts Tagged ‘unitarian universalism’

Bit by Bit

Listen: The Washington Post bills him as “the most influential writer in America.” George Will. This past month, he wrote a newspaper column in which he claimed that being a rape victim is now a “coveted status” that college women actually seek out, that complaints of rape and sexual assault on college campuses are exaggerated […]

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Secrets of Happy Families

If you’re like Sophia Bailey-Klugh, featured in our video from a moment ago, then Father’s Day is a super huge day for you. Because you have not just one dad but TWO. You have to double everything. Not just one Bacon-of-the-Month Club membership, but TWO Bacon-of-the-Month Club memberships (or whatever your cool Father’s Day gift […]

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Ministry of Exploration

I have a passion for this faith, and a great affection for this congregation.  I enjoy communicating the good news of Unitarian Universalism to newcomers and old-timers alike from the pulpit.  But a sermon can only go so far, and it can only reach some people.  To really communicate our faith, we need a comprehensive […]

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Something, Something, Something

Something. Something. Something                              Three little words Something. Something. Something. It may appear that when I came to write this sermon I couldn’t remember my title. But “Something” has emerged as one of the most fundamental and vital terms to have made […]

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Empty Chairs at Empty Tables

The first widely publicized observance of a Memorial Day-type observance after the Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina. During the war, Union soldiers who were prisoners of war had been held at the Charleston Race Course; at least 257 Union prisoners died there and were hastily buried in unmarked graves. Together with teachers and […]

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